4 Minute Tabata Workout With Burpees (EXTREME FAT BURNING BURPEES) | LiveLeanTV - YoutubeRandom

4 Minute Tabata Workout With Burpees (EXTREME FAT BURNING BURPEES) | LiveLeanTV

On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m sharing an extreme fat burning, follow along, 4 minute tabata workout with burpees.
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To date, this is the most challenging workout from our follow along 4 minute tabata workout video series.

OTHER AWESOME TABATA WORKOUT VIDEOS:
✔ 4 Minute Tabata Plyometrics Workout For Beginners (BURN FAT FASTER): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLfb54HUtuA
✔ 4 minute Jump Rope Tabata Workout For Weight Loss (BEGINNER TABATA): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52YusTk9i_E
✔ 4 Minute No Equipment Tabata Workout For Beginners (GET LOW WORKOUT): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-XDvkf6dEg

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This tabata workout is comprised of 4 minutes of burpees. Welcome to the Return of the Burpee tabata workout.

I hope you’re ready for this 4 minute tabata workout because it’s going to kick your butt and get you lean.

All you need to complete this 4 minute tabata workout with burpees, is your body and your tabata interval timer.

4 Minute Tabata Workout With Burpees
Here’s how the Return of the Burpee tabata workout routine is structured:

Total time:
4 minutes.

Type of workout:
Tabata workout.

- 20 seconds of high intensity work (as many reps as possible with good form)
- 10 seconds rest

The key is to give maximum effort during the 20 second high intensity interval.

After the 20 second high intensity interval, take a 10 second rest, then complete another 20 second high intensity interval, etc.

Once you’re ready, simply hit the buzzer on your interval timer and lets start this 4 minute tabata workout with burpees.

Number of circuits:
2 circuits.

Exercises:

A1. Straight Arm Plank Knee Tuck (a.k.a. Modified Beginner Burpee)
Reps: 20 seconds
Rest: 10 seconds

Coaching cues: first exercise is also known as a beginner modification of the burpee. Get down into a straight arm plank position, then drive your knees in, as much as you can, towards your chest. Ensure you keep your core tight and engaged, as well as focus on your breathing throughout this exercise.

A2. Burpee (Intermediate Burpee Variation)
Reps: 20 seconds
Rest: 10 seconds

Coaching cues: this is your standard burpee variation where you perform the burpee, then stand up. No push up or jump…yet. This tabata workout with burpees is all about burning fat and getting lean and toned.

A3. Jump Burpee Push Up (Standard Burpee Variation)
Reps: 20 seconds
Rest: 10 seconds

Coaching cues: The third burpee exercise is the jump burpee push up. Complete the burpee, then a push up, then jump up into the air.

A4. Burpee Tuck Jump (Atomic Burpee Variation)
Reps: 20 seconds
Rest: 10 seconds

Coaching cues: The bu...

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